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7 wonderful and forgotten series from the 90s to watch again

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Ah, the 90’s! In addition to music and fashion, the decade of grunge, flannel shirts and denim overalls was also widely celebrated for its audiovisual productions, especially when it comes to series. The time was responsible for several fun, exciting and exciting works.

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However, it is common for us to forget many of the titles released in that era, after all, new productions appear every year and fill our minds. Therefore, we separate 7 amazing series from the 90s to remember and watch again. Check out!

7 series from the 90s to watch ASAP

7 – Northern Exposure (1990-1995)

We open the list with the Northern Exposure series, which follows the story of Joel Fleischman, a newly graduated doctor who needs to go to a small town in Alaska in order to practice his knowledge for four years, according to the agreement he made before joining the faculty.

The work, which won several Emmy awards, stands out for going beyond the medical cases and showing all of Joel’s challenges when trying to integrate into his new location. Mixing drama and comedy, the production paved the way for many others of the genre.

6 – Freakazoid! (1995-1997)

In sixth position, we have a very peculiar and special animation. Created by animator Bruce Timm and screenwriter Paul Dini, Freakazoid! it was a kind of parody of the superheroes of the time and made an interesting mix between the animation style of Batman: The Animated Series and the wild humor of Animaniacs.

Despite not being as remembered as other animations of the time, it is a great choice for anyone looking for fun and action!

5 – The Adventures of Brisco Country, Jr. (1993-1994)

If you’re a horror fan, you might remember the character Ash, from the iconic Evil Dead franchise, played by Bruce Campbell. Well, the actor was also the protagonist of the series The Adventures of Brisco Country, Jr., a comedy with elements of action, western and even science fiction.

Created by Jeffrey Boam, the series stars Campbell as a high-profile lawyer turned bounty hunter trying to annihilate the gang responsible for his father’s death.

4 – Living Single (1993-1998)

What if we told you that it was Living Single that inspired the creation of Friends? Yeah, the series that launched Queen Latifah, despite not having been a resounding success at the time, still won many hearts. And the plot was quite simple: six friends share personal and professional experiences while living in a Brooklyn apartment building. You’ve thought about Friends, haven’t you?

In addition to Latifah, the cast of the series included Kim Coles, Kim Fields, TC Carson, John Henton and Erika Alexander. Living Single ran for 5 seasons.

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3 – Two Guys and a Girl (1998-2001)

Next, we have the series Two Guys and a Girl, which had four seasons in total and was one of the first works by star Ryan Reynolds, who later made several films in Hollywood, including Deadpool, Blade and Green Lantern.

In the plot, which also has the well-known actor Nathan Fillion, we follow the trajectory of a trio of university students who work in a pizzeria and try to navigate the best possible way through relationships, opportunities, studies and work.

2 – The Dinosaur Family (1991 – 1995)

Honey, I’m home! It is clear that The Dinosaurs Family is one of the best series of the 90s that could not be missing from this list. Despite being very popular here in Brazil, many had forgotten about the production, but, luckily, we are here to remind you of it.

Created by Michael Jacobs and Bob Young, and spanning four seasons, the series explored the lives of a fun and irreverent family of dinosaurs who lived in a relatively modern world, with televisions and refrigerators, for example, and with human beings who were seen as ‘ wild animals’ or ‘pets’.

1 – Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum (1994 – 1997)

To close this special list with series from the 90s, we couldn’t fail to mention one of the most beloved Brazilian productions of all time. We are talking about Castelo Rá-Tim-Bum, a work created by Cao Hamburger, in 1994.

The series became a landmark on TV Cultura, where it was broadcast, and featured iconic characters who are still celebrated in our country today, such as Nino (Cássio Scapin), Pedro (Luciano Amaral), Biba (Cinthya Rachel), Zequinha (Freddy Allan), Celeste, Morgana (Rosi Campos), Tíbio (Flávio de Souza), Perônio (Henrique Stroeter), Doutor Abobrinha (Pascoal da Conceição), Penélope (Angela Dippe), Etevaldo (Wagner Bello) and Bongo (Eduardo Silva).

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